Question about Amplifiers & Preamps
Amplifier has fuse blown (proberbly caused by playing music to loud at aux, from mp3-player). I see no damaged transistors or elco, but when replacing fuse, it will blow up right away.
What could be the Problem, or what components should I replace more?
Check that you are replacing the fuse with the correct type first. Fuses marked with a T following the rating are "slo blo" fuses and if a fast blow is used instead, it will fail again at turn on. Otherwise, the amp will have a fault occurring, probably in the output stages. You should refer this type of fault to a repair guy that knows HiFi. as this sort of repair needs an experienced touch.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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